Unable to install orangescrum in centos 7?

In summary, the conversation is about difficulties with installing Orangescrum, an open-source project management tool. The person has followed multiple tutorials, including one from the official Orangescrum site, but has been unable to successfully install it. They have also tried using chatgpt and searching for other installation tutorials, but have not been successful. The person mentions that they are new to Linux and have been unable to follow instructions to command on their machine, possibly due to their outdated operating system. They mention that moving to Rocky Linux may be a solution.
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Unable to install orangescrum in centos 7?
I've followed almost all tutorials related to installing orangescrum including the one from official orangescrum site.

https://www.orangescrum.com/open-source-general-installation-guide#download-open-source-all

But even the official tutorial doesn't work. It stops and says failed to install mysql (I tried this in my fresh machine as well).

I've tried chatgpt as well, it doesn't work. Can you guys give me a tutorial to install it?

https://github.com/Orangescrum/orangescrum

Here's also "installation" example, but since I'm new to linux, I'm unable to follow instructions to command in my machine.
 
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Probably because CentOS 7 is out of date. CentOS 8 is the followup, but that is also end-of-life for a while now. If you want to stay in the same league you need to go to Rocky Linux.
 
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Related to Unable to install orangescrum in centos 7?

1. Why am I unable to install Orangescrum in CentOS 7?

There could be several reasons why you are unable to install Orangescrum in CentOS 7. Some common issues include missing dependencies, incorrect repository configurations, or insufficient permissions to install the software. It is recommended to check the installation instructions provided by Orangescrum and ensure that all prerequisites are met before attempting the installation.

2. How can I resolve dependency issues while installing Orangescrum in CentOS 7?

To resolve dependency issues while installing Orangescrum in CentOS 7, you can use package managers like Yum or DNF to install the required dependencies. You can also manually download and install the necessary packages from the official CentOS repositories or third-party sources. Make sure to carefully follow the installation instructions provided by Orangescrum to ensure a successful installation.

3. What should I do if the Orangescrum installation process fails in CentOS 7?

If the Orangescrum installation process fails in CentOS 7, you should first check the error messages displayed during the installation to identify the root cause of the failure. Common reasons for installation failures include incompatible software versions, incorrect configurations, or network connectivity issues. You can also seek help from the Orangescrum community forums or support channels for assistance in troubleshooting the installation problems.

4. Can I install Orangescrum on CentOS 7 using a different method?

Yes, you can install Orangescrum on CentOS 7 using alternative methods such as Docker containers, manual installation from source code, or using third-party installation scripts. Each method may have its own set of requirements and steps, so it is important to choose the method that best suits your needs and technical expertise. Make sure to follow the installation instructions provided by Orangescrum for the selected method to ensure a successful installation.

5. How can I verify the successful installation of Orangescrum in CentOS 7?

To verify the successful installation of Orangescrum in CentOS 7, you can check the installation logs for any error messages or warnings that may indicate issues during the installation process. You can also try accessing the Orangescrum web interface using a web browser to ensure that the application is running correctly. Additionally, you can test the functionality of Orangescrum by creating a sample project or task to confirm that the software is working as expected.

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